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Massey University Foundation


About the foundation

Our vision is to raise money to enable excellence in scholarship, teaching and research at the university, as well as improve on existing facilities.

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From our endangered native wildlife, to heritage buildings and student scholarships, there are varied fundraising activities that you can support.

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Why donate to Massey?

In a world of unprecedented change Massey needs your help to continue to power the potential of the next generation of students, and the future of New Zealand.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Foundation is involved in a huge variety of projects, with events and activities taking place around the world. Here you can find out the latest news, profiles of students that have been helped to excel by the provision of a scholarship and links to information on specific trusts.

You’ll find more information on the work of the Foundation, how others have helped and how you can do the same.

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About the Foundation

There’s a new Kiwi spirit shaping our nation. Today we know we can take on the best of the world, and do it better – it’s a new New Zealand.

Since our beginnings as a leader in the primary sector, Massey has been the driving force behind the New Zealand economy. Today, Massey’s intellect, invention and creativity continues to drive this change.

The Foundation works to ensure that Massey continues to be this engine of the new New Zealand. We work to gain investment for the best facilities, to attract the brightest students and attracting, retaining and developing the very best staff so that Massey can continue to lead the way.

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George Mason drives Wildbase kiwi study

The George Mason Charitable Trust will contribute $50,000 per annum for three years, in order to fund a Massey University Wildbase study into parasitic disease in kiwi reared in captivity.
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